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Hazel Technologies moves ahead in 1776 business plan competition

Pat Flynn, Co-Founder, Hazel Technologies
January 28, 2016 5:27 pm CST
CEO's of the winning 1776 Challenge Teams pose for a photo-op

CEO's of the winning 1776 Challenge Teams pose for a photo-op. Source

Of over 15 startups gathered at 1871 for the mid-January 1776 Chicago regional pitch event.

At the event, sponsored by incubator 1871, each startup was allotted approximately 2 minutes for a brief pitch and following Q and A.

Judges rated each company on core criteria and after brief deliberation following the conclusion of pitching, announced the three winners: Hazel Technologies, Fletch App, and BallotReady.

Full story here form Karis Hustad at ChicagoInno

The 1776 Challenge is a global showcase of early stage startup talent. The next round of pitching is

The 1776 Challenge is a global showcase of early stage startup talent. The next round of pitching is Apr 3 in New York City.

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